Monthly Archives: February 2010

"Don Pasquale" Romps Through the Winspear

by tdoadmin

And both critics and audiences seem…well, charmed. Classical Music Critic Scott Cantrell praised a cast that ranged from “very good to dazzling” in his “Dallas Morning News” review. Olin Chism for KERA’s “Art and Seek” pronounced “Pasquale” a “winner,” reserving special kudos for the hilarious Donato DiStefano in the title role and the “vocally nimble […]

“Don Pasquale” Romps Through the Winspear

by Suzanne Calvin

And both critics and audiences seem…well, charmed. Classical Music Critic Scott Cantrell praised a cast that ranged from “very good to dazzling” in his “Dallas Morning News” review. Olin Chism for KERA’s “Art and Seek” pronounced “Pasquale” a “winner,” reserving special kudos for the hilarious Donato DiStefano in the title role and the “vocally nimble […]

Marnie and Kern Wildenthal Applauded

by Suzanne Calvin

It’s one of the most anticipated events for Dallas area opera supporters, the annual Founders’ Award Luncheon (honoring the memory of Juanita and Henry S. Miller, Jr.) which will be held tomorrow in the Main Ballroom of the Rosewood Crescent Hotel. The Women’s Board of the Dallas Opera and event chairs Jolie Humphrey and Sarah […]

More Critics Getting Cosi

by Suzanne Calvin

The rave reviews for the Dallas Opera’s Spring Season opener: Mozart’s “Cosi fan tutte” continue to roll in.  Gregory Isaacs, reviewing for the ”Theater Jones” blog, found our production to be Cowardly — in the best sort of fashion.  Actually, he stated:  ”The production is an original take on a masterpiece, and works from beginning to end. […]